What does the Full Body MRI Scan package includes?

Brain and Carotid Arteries - MRI Scan

  • Evidence of intra cranial pathology, aneurysm or arterial narrowing.

Full Spine - MRI Scan

  • MRi scan for the Neck, Cervical, Thoracic, Lumbar Spine. Evidence of spinal degeneration or disc prolapse.

Abdomen - MRI Scan

  • Determine any malignancy of Liver, Spleen and Kidneys. Evidence of Gall Stones.

Pelvis - MRI Scan

  • Male patients - Evidence of prostate, rectum or bladder pathology.
  • Female patients - Evidence of ovarian, uterus, rectum or bladder pathology.

Note - More regions can be added based on the patient's lifestyle, family and medical history.

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Full Body Scan Prices

Full Body MRI Scan by LocationPrice From
London (3T MRI) £1,100
Manchester (1.5T MRI) £1,000
Northwood (3T MRI) £1,100

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Frequently Asked Questions

What is an MRI Full Body Scan?

  • MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging) uses strong magnetic fields and radio waves to obtain detailed views of the organs, tissues and skeletal system.
  • It is a non-invasive way to diagnose abnormalities in body structure by producing high resolution images.

When is an MRI Scan performed?

  • To detect brain and spine problems like strokes, tumors and aneurysms.
  • To measure metabolical changes in the brain - Functional MRI.
  • To analyse disorders of the eye and inner ear.
  • To detect problems with internal organs like the Liver, Kidney or Pancreas.
  • To measure the size of heart, thickness of heart walls and other structures.
  • To analyse bone and joint abnormalities, infections and tumours in soft tissues.
  • To detect breast cancer.

How is MRI Scan different from CT Scan?

  • MRI can show clearer differences between normal and abnormal tissue while CT Scans can sometimes provide more detail about the heart, lungs, pelvis, hips, reproductive systems, bladder and gastrointestinal tract.
  • MRI scans are safe and are commonly used for preventative checks.
  • MRI scans do not involves any radiation, while CT scans involve radiation.
  • MRI scans take more time than CT scans and are generally noisier.